Is Amazon pulling a employees to have mental breakdowns and cruise suicide?
A former Amazon worker claims a antagonistic operative conditions in a room where she worked gathering her to cruise suicide. She told her story to Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday’s book of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
“I mentioned something about pushing a car off Eagle Mountain Dam since we was value some-more passed than we was alive,” Shannon Allen told Carlson. “That’s a kind of mindset they put we in, is you’re not important. What you’re giving to [Amazon CEO and owner Jeff Bezos], his wealth, his Amazon winnings, that’s what’s critical to him.
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“Nobody should ever have to go to work and feel like … their pursuit is in danger or they’re going to remove their life or their pursuit since of a vigour that’s put on you,” a visibly romantic Allen told Tucker.
“Nobody should ever have to go to work and feel like … their pursuit is in danger or they’re going to remove their life or their pursuit since of a vigour that’s put on you.”
Earlier this week a Daily Beast expelled a report featuring audio of 911 calls done from inside 46 Amazon warehouses in 17 states over a duration of 5 years.
“Yes, hi, we wanted to see if we could get an officer out to a Amazon facility. we have an associate who had created a self-murder notation to her children that was detected on her today,” a tourist inside an Amazon room told a military dispatcher.
Allen described a work sourroundings during Amazon and a enlightenment inside a warehouses.
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“You can’t take lavatory breaks, we can’t take H2O breaks but it counting opposite your rate,” Allen said. “If it depends opposite your rate that means we have to work harder to be means to make adult that rate since we took time divided from station there scanning or counting or picking to, we know, go to a lavatory or get we some water.”
“You can’t take lavatory breaks, we can’t take H2O breaks but it counting opposite your rate.”
Employees are also underneath consistent surveillance, Allen said.
“You’re on camera 24/7 from a notation we travel in, to a notation we leave,” Allen told Carlson. “We have approach cameras on us from behind that watch each pierce we make.”
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Carlson finished a shred by severe a Washington Post, owned by a billionaire Bezos, to cover Allen’s claims.
“Show some courage, uncover some independence, uncover some broadcasting and cover this story,” Carlson said.